Hyderabad: Kalvakuntla Krishna Milan Rao, the businessmen whose car fell from the biodiversity flyover cannot be arrested till December 12 according to the directions of the High Court.
Milan Rao’s car flew from the flyover on November 23 and he suffered fracture of the collar bone and underwent surgery. He was discharged from Care Hospitals on December 8.
But the police cannot arrest him. He has moved a petition in the High Court and Justice Tadakamalla Vinod Kumar stating ‘unfortunate that the accident occurred and that he was not driving at a high speed or in a negligent manner’. He further stated in the petition that the accident occur-red due to ‘faulty design of the flyover’.
The court stated that it will look into the petitioner’s plea after receiving information from the police.
The Raidurgam police station where the case was registered was earlier under section 304 A of the IPC which is negligence and rash driving and is a bailable offence. On December 3, the police altered the sections to 304 Part II which is culpable homicide not amounting to murder.
A senior police officer investigating the case said, “The petition in the High Court has been strongly opposed. We have evidence.”
to show that the car was speeding at 105.8 km/ hour. These are recorded and it is clear that the car was over speeding. These records are to be submitted to the court.”
The changing of the sections has got the family of Milan Rao upset who state that it is being done without valid proof. The family members were upset that he was being targeted and not even allowed to avail medical treatment. Mr Rao has to undergo physiotherapy for a month....